Giro d’Italia 2022:
Live Stream Updates and How to Watch Stage 12 between Parma and Genova


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1:19 AM6 hours ago

Tune in here the stage 12 of the 2022 Giro d'Italia Stream!

In a few moments we will share with you the opening moments of stage 12 of the Giro d'Italia 2022, as well as the latest information from the route between Parma and Genova. Stay tuned to VAVEL's minute-by-minute coverage of the match.
1:14 AM6 hours ago

How to watch 2022 Giro d'Italia Stage 12 Stream on TV and Online

If you want to watch the Stage 12 of the Giro d'Italia 2022 on TV, your option is beIN Sports

If you want to watch it on internet, VAVEL USA is your best option!

1:09 AM6 hours ago

What time is stage 12 of the Giro d'Italia 2022?

This is the start time for stage 12 of the 2022 Giro d'Italia on May 19, 2022 in several countries:

Argentina: 10:30 AM on DirecTV
Bolivia: 9:30 AM on DirecTV
Brazil: 10:30 AM on DirecTV
Chile: 9:30 AM on DirecTV
Colombia: 8:30 AM on Caracol TV and DirecTV
Ecuador: 8:30 AM on DirecTV
USA (ET): 9:30 AM on beIN Sports
Spain: 3:30 PM on Eurosport and GCN
Mexico: 8:30 AM
Paraguay: 9:30 AM on DirecTV
Peru: 8:30 AM on DirecTV
Uruguay: 10:30 AM on DirecTV

1:04 AM6 hours ago


Genoa, capital of Liguria, a city in northern Italy, is a unique jewel located between the sea and the mountains.

In addition to being one of the main ports of the Mediterranean, the city - well connected to Milan and close to the Alps - hides a wealth of beauties to explore. The mild climate is perfect for a vacation or a city break that can be enjoyed all year round, amidst ancient fishing villages, parks, historic buildings declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, old stores that preserve the knowledge and flavors of the past, a genuine cuisine rich in tradition and hiking trails that lead to discover the Genoese fortifications, surrounded by greenery but always with an extraordinary view of the sea.

Genoa is a city that you do not expect, that enchants those who discover it and that stays in your heart.

12:59 AM6 hours ago


Small capital, heir and renovator of the greatness of the Duchy of Maria Luigia of Habsburg. City of opera par excellence, having been the birthplace of two absolute masters such as Giuseppe Verdi and Arturo Toscanini. Capital of the Italian Food Valley and UNESCO Creative City of Gastronomy, for its rich heritage of PDO and PGI products and its supply chains, which are unparalleled in the world, as well as for its ability to bring these treasures to the table and make them an element of identity. Italian Capital of Culture, for the 2020+21 biennium, thanks to a rich museum, architectural and artistic offer. Each of these definitions has the merit of capturing an aspect of the multifaceted Parma: a small but fascinating city, where tourists can breathe a refined atmosphere and enjoy unique and personalized experiences, capable of arousing emotions. Because, as the American poet T.S. Eliot said, "it's the journey that counts, not the arrival".
12:54 AM7 hours ago


12:49 AM7 hours ago

Route of the stage

The first 100 kilometers of the stage climb slowly up to 1000 meters of altitude, it is a route from the interior to the coastal area of Genoa. 

It may not be a stage where many differences in the general classification will be made, but it can be very complicated for the sprinters.

We will find two intermediate sprints, the first at 56.9 km and the second at 134.9km.

We will also have 3 mountain prizes, the first at 97.6 kilometers called the Passo del Bocco, then we will go through La Colleta, at 151.7 kilometers. Finally the riders will climb the Valico Di Trensasco at 173.4 kilometers.

If the bunch doesn't disintegrate on the passes, there could be a mass sprint finish.

12:44 AM7 hours ago

🔟💗 Top 10 - Overall Ranking

Top 10 - Overall Ranking
Pos.Corridor (Country / Team)Time
1Juan Pedro López (Spain / Trek Segafredo)42h24'08''
2Richard Carapaz (Ecuador / INEOS Grenadiers)+00'12"
3João Almeida (Portugal / UAE Team Emirates)+00'14"
4Romain Bardet (France / Team DSM)+0014''
5Jai Hindley (Australia / Bora Hansgrohe)+00'20"
6Guillaume Martin (France / Cofidis)+00'28"
7Mikel Landa (Spain / Bahrain Victorious)+00'29"
8Domenico Pozzovivo (Italy / Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert)+00'54"
9Emanuel Buchmann (Germany / Bora Hansgrohe)+01'09"
10Pello Bilbao López (Spain / Baharein Victorius)+01'22"
12:39 AM7 hours ago

🔟🏁 Top 10 - Stage 11

This is how the positions were in stage 11:
Top 10 of the stage
Pos.Runner (Country / Team)Time
1Alberto Dainese (Italy/Team DSM)4h19'04''
2Fernando Gaviria (Colombia/UEA)ST
3Simone Consonni (Italy/Cofidis)ST
4Arnuad Démare (France/Groupama-FDJ)ST
5Caleb Ewan (Australia/Lotto)ST
6Mark Cavendish (Great Britain/Quick-Step)ST
7Edward Theuns (Belgium/Trek-Segafredo)ST
8Sacha Modolo (Italy/Bardiani-CSF-Faizanè)ST
9Phil Bauhaus (Germany/Team Bahrain Victorious)ST
10Lawrence Naesen (Belgium/AG2R)ST
12:34 AM7 hours ago

Winner of the previous stage

A relatively quiet stage, where there were two breakaways, but both were intercepted, although the second was reached with a kilometer and a half to go.

It seemed that the winner was going to be Fernando Gaviria, as he was in the lead of the sprint, but from behind came Alberto Dainese and took advantage of the slipstream left by the leaders and in the finish took half a tire off the Colombian, to take the victory.

In the end the overall had only one change and that was the rise to second place of Richard Carapaz, after winning one of the intermediate sprints and receiving 3 seconds of bonus.

12:29 AM7 hours ago

Welcome to's coverage of stage 12 of the 2022 Giro d’Italia, between Parma y Geniva Live Updates

My name is Andrés Mesa and I will be your host for this stage. We'll be bringing you preview analysis, updates and live news here on VAVEL.